- Boat Rentals
- Boat Slip Rentals
- Fishing tackle and bait
- General Store
- Gourmet Coffee Bar
- Laundry facilities
- Nature Walks
- Patio Boat Rentals
- Ping Pong
- Trinity Mercantile Gift Shop
Thank You Rocks!
When is a rock not just a rock? When it has a KOA logo on it... Find a colorfully painted rock around the campground and bring it to registration/store for a Free Popsicle! Just Trinity Lake KOA's way of saying "Thank You" to the kids of all ages that come and play at our KOA.
Good Ole Fashioned Hay Ride
Get your hoe down on and saddle up to a good old fashioned Hay Ride!
Mother's Day - Labor Day
KOA Campfire Time
When the sun goes down, campfire time begins. Gather around the fire pit and get acquainted with fellow campers. Campfire time promises all the classics: toasting marshmallows, eating s'mores, belting out camp tunes during sing-a-longs. We've even been known to swap a scary story or two!
Bingo on Wednesday and Saturday nights during the summer
Mother's Day - Labor Day
Youth, Teens and Adult Activities
Youth arts and crafts programs using natural products, scavenger hunts, nature interpretive walks, in search of Bigfoot night adventure walk, bingo, face painting, tie die, special entertainers, themed weeks with themed events, special holiday bar-B-ques and guest speakers
Meet Your Hosts
"We had a blast in 2012 and we hope you did too!"Hi! My name is Barb Fallon but my friends call me Barbie and I hope you will too. I hail from the mid-west and migrated south after school. Growing up in the emerald necklace that surrounds Cleveland, Ohio gave me my love of hiking, biking, and all forms of water sports. Summer there meant camping… mostly in the Ohio Valley or the Allegheny Mountains. Later in Florida, we had an annual Halloween camping trip with 30 of my closest friends at what in now Wekiva Falls KOA.
I would go as far as to say most of the vacations throughout my life have involved camping of some sort… from primitive hike in/hike out to the luxury of an RV motor home or camping cabin.
One of my fondest memories is of a 7 day bicycle camping trip from Gainesville, FL to Gainesville, GA. Without a doubt the Georgia Mountains are great… but it is people that camp make a trip wonderful. Six days in, after a particularly rainy and tiring day of peddling up the road, we set up camp in the Oconee Nat’l Forest. Our camping neighbor found out it was my birthday and built me a campfire cake. (Fire wood is not something you carry on a bicycle) Cozy and warm, we toasted to my birthday, to our new friends, and a few marshmallows. I still keep in touch with them to this day.
I am absolutely ecstatic to be joining the Trinity Lake KOA team in the majestic California Alps. The Lake + The Mountains + The Trees = one Spectacular KOA campground!